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Ah Jerry, he's a very naughty funny man. I've been to a few of his Edinburgh shows in the past and he's pretty crude and nasty (which I heartily enjoy).

 

On one occasion he told the infamous 'Dando Joke', which goes something like this: "If I knew she was going to be shot on the Monday I would've gone round and raped her on the Sunday*"

 

*or maybe it was Tuesday, I can't remember, but works either way.

 

One year he didn't do any comedy, just card tricks, and they were pretty good. At the end, with a bit of goading, he began to tell his 'Maddie Joke' but was sadly ushered off stage by an official (could've been a stunt I suppose).

 

Anyways, I'm disappointed to hear he's been silenced but not surprised - woke fascists seem to run and ruin everything these days. The intolerance of tolerance and all that.

 

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And all this woke madness is gently dismantling what is left of British culture ( thats not already eroded by mass immigration over a centuary or so) by not allowing the 'double entendre' which is such a part of our humour, along with irony and sarcasm. All of which Allo Allo had plenty of.

People don't even realise what is happening before their eyes. 

In that article Viccie's daughter says she is now fed up that she cant make a joke without some fake offense being taken.

I mean, there are shows about naked dating and yet we can't just have a laugh at some 40 year old sit com which was such a big part of our earlier culture.

We are witnessing a puritanical swing in motion. Next step will be rounding up women to be used as sex slaves or brood mares aka The Handmaids Tale....

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On 8/19/2022 at 3:42 PM, RobinJ said:

And all this woke madness is gently dismantling what is left of British culture ( thats not already eroded by mass immigration over a centuary or so) by not allowing the 'double entendre' which is such a part of our humour, along with irony and sarcasm.

 

Immortalized in Bronze, well done Tommy👍:classic_biggrin:

 

Bobby Ball immortalised in bronze: 9ft statue of beloved British comic 'with a twinkle in his eye' is unveiled in his adopted hometown of Lytham by long-time comedy partner Tommy Canon

 

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